Bob May created MovEable Mystery Dinners for which he acts, directs and produces in June of 2010. He has been a regular suspect, director and producer at Gourmet Detective murder mystery dinner shows since 1993. As an actor, for more than four decades and over 150 theater and film projects, Bob has played characters as various as Claudius in Hamlet and the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz. He was most recently honored by the Western Regional Conference of the Kennedy Center ’s American College Theater Festival with an Award of Merit for his performance as Mason Marzac in Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out at Fullerton College. On the legit stage, he most recently directed Treasure Island for the Huntington Beach Playhouse, and directed Another Antigone by A. R. Gurney at the Orange Curtain Theatre in San Juan Capistrano . He has also directed at the Brea Curtis Theater , the Cabrillo Playhouse, the Chance Theater, the Camino Real Playhouse and the Bellflower Civic Theater. His most recent film The Perfect Host, with David Hyde Pierce, screened at Sundance and was released in 2010.
Michael began performing in front of audiences musically in 1993 and began acting in September of 2011. He is also featured in a documentary entitled "Why Judaism" which is currently in post production. He is happily married with children and currently lives in Orange, CA.
A seasoned actor who has performed in venues throughout the Inland Empire, Orange, and LA Counties, Travis grew up in Anaheim, CA, and was bit by the acting bug at an early age, when he appeared in The Three Billy Goats Gruff, as the Insane Troll's pet Frog. From that point the proverbial bug began to chow down on him to the very core. A recipient of numerous awards for acting in the Inland Empire, Travis has made a name for himself in one man shows as Edgar Allan Poe, and John Wilkes Booth, as well as his award-winning portrayals as Renfield in Dracula, Prof. Higgins in My Fair Lady, and the title role in MacBeth. Travis lives in Corona with his family, and continues to intensively pursue his career in theatrical ventures. "A special and heartfelt thanks to my very dear friend Chuck Abernathy for showing me the path to this fantastic group, and much love goes to all the rest of my friends, and my family too."
Sheridan Cazareez is incredibly excited to return to the stage and make his debut with Moveable Mystery Dinners as Orphio. Some of his favorite roles include Don Carlos Homénides de Histangua in A Flea in Her Ear, Messenger in Medea, Paul in Moon Over Buffalo, Cheever in The Crucible and Conrad in Much Ado About Nothing. He hopes the audience enjoys the show!
Karie Reynolds stars as Rita in "Rio Can Be Murder!" playing 3PM, Sundays Aug. 24-Sep. 14, at The Maverick Theater in Fullerton (Reserve seats at 714-788-1745). She is currently a company member of the LA Connection Comedy Theatre where you can regularly find her performing improv, as well as a member of Daycation Theatre in Long Beach. Favorite performances include Wonder Woman in Daycation Theatre Episode 2, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Charlotte Haye in Moon Over Buffalo, Nurse in Medea, and Sister James in a showcase performance of Doubt. She received her training at California State University Long Beach with a degree in the Theatre, and is a graduate of the South Coast Repertory Acting Intensive Program.